NBA will add “black life” on the Orlando courts
In order to support the social justice movement and promote racial equality, the NBA will paint “black dwelling” on Orlando’s courts.
Sources told ESPN that all three areas of the ESPN Universal Arena at Walt Disney World Resort will be painted “black life.”
After the NBA plans to resume the 2019-20 season at the end of next month, it will blacken living materials on both sides of the court on both sides of all three arenas used by Disney in Orlando. @ZachLowe_NBA with @RamonaShelburne report. https://t.co/14PnyPnC1Q
-Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) June 29, 2020
The WNBA is also considering putting this sentence in court at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, and may wear a warm-up shirt with the words “speak her name” to refer to female victims of police brutality. .
In March last year, the protester Breonna Talyor of Louisville, Kentucky was protesting.
No one was arrested in this situation.
Players have long known that if the season resumes, they will use their own platforms to promote social justice and racial equality.
However, some players worry that they will be worried when they return to court, because it will attract people’s attention.
Avery Bradley, Trevor Ariza, Wilson Chandler and Davis Bertans listed in this season Health or family reasons for participating in the competition in the remaining time.
But Renee Montgomery of WNBA player Atlanta Dream and Natasha Yun of the Washington mystic decided to skip the upcoming WNBA season and focus on social justice.
Converse will be responsible for Natasha Cloud’s WNBA salary, while she will be committed to social reform.
Cloud recently became the first WNBA player to sign a shoe deal with the brand.
-Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) June 29, 2020
“Black Lives Matter” has become a popular slogan for racial equality and social justice in the United States and has inspired groups all around the world.
Washington DC Mayor Muriel E. Bowser renamed the street to “Black Life Problem Square” in front of the White House and painted slogans on the street.
other cities Follow suit.
NBA is starting again Scheduled A tip will be on July 30, when Utah takes over New Orleans, followed by the Lakers and Clippers.
This post is written by Bonny Johnson